ago. the pentagon says they do not track those numbers, it's up to the state. all that still being compiled. and, of course, if you had problems at the polls or suspect voter fraud where you live, here's our address: firstname.lastname@example.org, and, jenna, we are still getting the e-mails from people around the country who encountered problems. jenna: real quick though, the list that you mentioned, any of that could cause a problem for the results, or are the results just what they are and this is what happens postelection in a state like ohio? >> reporter: well, basically, the results are what they are. those 200,000 provisionals, they go through those, and it does not seem that they would change the result here in ohio based on the voting trends. but we won't know, because they don't start to count those until ten days from now. jenna: interesting. eric, thank you. jon: so, as you just heard from eric, it all comes down to ohio and, indeed, this race did. the president's bailout of the auto industry playing big with voters in that state.